What happens when you've had enough of all the immoral and unjustifiable things happening around you, and you snap? What if you weren't alone in feeling that way? In this story, that's just what... More > happens, from out of nowhere, in the darkness of the night, or in the light of say, these killers, known by headlines as The Reapers, take to small towns in New England and terrorize the unethical but soon, questions are asked, and strange behaviors within the group begin to take shape. Could one of the Reapers be one of the immoral?< Less
Nathan Stone, a shrewed businessman, finds himself at a crossroad. His wife and daughter have been tragically killed in a car crash, leaving him alone to his shallow career. A career which was... More > built on shifty principles and always took president over his family. To make matters worse, Nathan is starting to experience recurring nightmares. The decision lies before him to either continue on serving his own selfish motive and repair what is left of his broken life, or, he may choose to explore a new path which has been opened up to him... because Nathan Stone's nightmares are coming true.
Are these visions a means to redeem himself for selfish acts? Or are they some form of torture for his sins?< Less
The Department of Creative Death and Ironic Punishment. This is where writers go when they die.
Oz, an employee of The Department, is mostly content doling out death from his ancient typewriter,... More > until he wins the office lottery. The prize? A new assignment-to return to the world of the living as a Reaper.
At first, Oz sees this new assignment as a blessing. He is given a body and a second chance at life, but then, during a lesson with a surly, seasoned Reaper named Bard, Oz is forced to watch a childhood friend die. Shaken, Oz questions his willingness to do the job he’s won.
With each new lesson, Oz begins to wonder if being a Reaper is really a prize or a punishment.< Less